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Man in serious condition after shark attack on NSW mid-north coast

Man in serious condition after shark attack on NSW mid-north coast

Man surfing at Nambucca Heads receives five deep lacerations to his leg when he is bitten by a sharkA man in his 30s is in a serious condition after a shark attack on the New South Wales mid-north
One dead, three critical after suspected drug overdoses at Sydney dance party

One dead, three critical after suspected drug overdoses at Sydney dance party

A 19-year-old man has died after attending the ‘Knockout Games of Destiny’ event at Sydney Olympic ParkA 19-year-old man is dead and three others are critically ill after suspected drug overdoses at a
Comey transcripts: early Russia suspects and claims he 'hugs' Mueller

Comey transcripts: early Russia suspects and claims he 'hugs' Mueller

Transcript of near-seven-hour hearing runs to 235 pages Mob mentality: how Mueller works to turn Trump’s troopsThe transcript of former FBI director James Comey’s testimony at a closed-door
Brexit: May's cabinet splits over second referendum on deal

Brexit: May's cabinet splits over second referendum on deal

PM’s plan heading for huge defeat as senior Tory suggests second referendum could be her ‘only chance’A deep cabinet split has opened up over whether Theresa May should back a second referendum in a
Zuckerberg must end far right's fundraising on Facebook – Tom Watson

Zuckerberg must end far right's fundraising on Facebook – Tom Watson

Labour’s deputy leader demands action after the Guardian’s investigationRevealed: the hidden global network behind Tommy Robinson The deputy Labour leader, Tom Watson, has demanded that Facebook’s
GCHQ boosts powers to launch mass data hacking

GCHQ boosts powers to launch mass data hacking

Expanded intelligence gathering is ‘a grave threat’ warn rights groupsThe UK’s intelligence agencies are to significantly increase their use of large-scale data hacking after claiming that more
Police flood into Paris to contain gilets jaunes

Police flood into Paris to contain gilets jaunes

Security forces put 8,000 on the streets of the capital to quell fears of riotingFrench security forces contained fears of a fourth weekend of rioting by extremist gilets jaunes in Paris with a change
John Kelly to leave as Trump White House chief of staff at end of year

John Kelly to leave as Trump White House chief of staff at end of year

President confirmed to reporters at White HouseKelly succeeded Reince Priebus in July 2017 John Kelly will leave his role as Donald Trump’s White House chief of staff “at the end of the year”, the
Man dies after being hit by a taxi in Manchester

Man dies after being hit by a taxi in Manchester

The man, in his 60s, was struck by the vehicle in the early hours of Saturday morningA man has died after being hit by a black cab shortly after he was arrested and fined by police.The man, in his
'We are unbreakable': Charlottesville survivors applaud guilty verdict

'We are unbreakable': Charlottesville survivors applaud guilty verdict

Survivors returned to the spot where James Fields, convicted of first-degree murder, drove into a crowd in August 2017Survivors of a fatal vehicle attack during the August 2017 white nationalist rally
Paris under siege as gilets jaunes open ‘Act IV’ – a fourth weekend of protest

Paris under siege as gilets jaunes open ‘Act IV’ – a fourth weekend of protest

The Eiffel tower is closed, stores are boarded up and the Christmas lights are off. But the government’s show of force seems to be paying offEven before the sun had risen on Place de la Bastille, the
Six dead and scores injured in Italian nightclub stampede – video report

Six dead and scores injured in Italian nightclub stampede – video report

Panicked concertgoers ran for exits at a concert after someone released a substance similar to pepper spray. Five teenagers and a woman who had taken her daughter to the event were killed in the
Sofie Gråbøl: ‘Lars von Trier is a very caring person… he's not like his films’

Sofie Gråbøl: ‘Lars von Trier is a very caring person… he's not like his films’

The Danish actor on her role in the director’s new serial killer movie, being mesmerised by Suranne Jones, and Christmas hygge-styleDanish actor Sofie Gråbøl became famous internationally playing
I was a CIA spy in Russia – and now my family is in danger. But Trump can help | Yevgeny Chistov

I was a CIA spy in Russia – and now my family is in danger. But Trump can help | Yevgeny Chistov

In Russia there are people who, like me, risked our lives to help the US, and in the US there are people imprisoned for helping Russia. Trump can conduct an exchangeI have always acted on the
A new series on antiracism, and why Beto O'Rourke is 'no bold progressive' | The Resistance Now

A new series on antiracism, and why Beto O'Rourke is 'no bold progressive' | The Resistance Now

Guardian collaborates with Antiracist Research and Policy Center, and is O’Rourke a Clintonite? Plus, we say thanks to our readers The Guardian has collaborated with the Antiracist Research and Policy
Man charged over fatal stabbing of Dudley shop-owner

Man charged over fatal stabbing of Dudley shop-owner

Yasir Hussain, 34, was stabbed in the back on Tuesday evening outside a Chinese takeawayA man has been charged over the murder of a “caring” and “loving” father of four who was stabbed to death
Trump lashes out at Mueller after bombshell Cohen and Manafort filings

Trump lashes out at Mueller after bombshell Cohen and Manafort filings

President in new legal peril amid special counsel investigationMob mentality: how Mueller is working to turn Trump’s troopsDonald Trump has lashed out at the federal investigation into Russian
Undocumented Trump golf club employee doesn't regret speaking out

Undocumented Trump golf club employee doesn't regret speaking out

Victorina Morales said she felt she had to stand up for co-workers without legal documents who have been ridiculed by a supervisorA Guatemalan living in the US without documentation who says she faced
Police confirm UK backpacker Grace Millane was murdered in New Zealand – video

Police confirm UK backpacker Grace Millane was murdered in New Zealand – video

New Zealand police confirmed on Saturday that the search for the missing British backpacker Grace Millane was now a homicide investigation. DI Scott Beard said police had not located the body but were
EU will negotiate if May loses Commons Brexit vote, says Prodi

EU will negotiate if May loses Commons Brexit vote, says Prodi

Former EU politician, Romano Prodi, says a no-deal Brexit must be avoidedThe EU will come back to the negotiating table if parliament votes down Theresa May’s deal with Brussels, according to Romano